Body Melt

From The Grindhouse Cinema Database

Body Melt (1993, AUS) is a Sci-Fi-Gore film directed by Philip Brophy.

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Main Details

  • Released in 1993 | Color
  • Running Time: 81 Min.
  • Production Co: The Australian Film Commission | Bodymelt Pty. Ltd. | Dumb Films | Film Victoria
  • Distribution Co: 21st Century Film Corporation
  • Directed by Philip Brophy
  • Written by Rod Bishop, Philip Brophy
  • Starring Gerard Kennedy, Andrew Daddo, Ian Smith, Regina Gaigalas, Vincent Gil, Neil Foley
  • Produced by Rod Bishop, Lars Michalak, Daniel Scharf
  • Original Music by Philip Brophy
  • Cinematography by Ray Argall
  • Film Editing by Bill Murphy

Synopsis

Body Melt (1993) is a satirical Australian horror film directed by Philip Brophy and written by Brophy and Rod Bishop, influenced by "splatstick" Peter Jackson films like Bad Taste and Braindead. The movie is about the residents of the small town of Pebbles Court who are the unknowing test subjects for a new variety of "Vimuville" dietary supplement pills that arrive for free in their mailboxes. The pills are consumed by the residents, and produce liquefying flesh, elongated tongues, exploding stomachs, exploding penises, imploding heads, monstrous births, tentacles growing out of the face, living mucus, sentient placentas, and other gruesome mutations. (Wikipedia)

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